Motorcycles can provide many benefits, including fast and easy transportation,
minimal gas usage, and leisure riding. On the flipside, motorcycles also
leave riders very vulnerable when accidents occur, especially considering
there is little to no protection provided by the bike.
There are various types of accidents that can occur when a motorcycle rider
takes to the road. These accidents can often leave a rider suffering serious,
life-altering injuries. From broken backs to severe burns and lacerations,
a rider may find themselves in extreme pain and facing extensive medical bills.
Some of the most common types of accidents include:
- Left-turn collisions
- Failure to yield accidents
- U-turn collisions
- Roadway defects or obstructions
- Blind spot accidents
- Defective motorcycle parts
- Rear-end accidents
- Drunk driving accidents
Due to the small size of motorcycles, many motorist often claim they simply
did not see a rider or they rode up out of nowhere. While drivers may
try to blame motorcycle riders, it is often the other way around.
Can I pursue compensation for my accident?
Depending on the type and cause of the accident, a motorcycle rider may
be able to obtain compensation for their injuries. In some cases, it can
be difficult to prove the negligence of the other motorist. If you find
yourself in a similar type of situation, it is crucial that you talk with
a lawyer about your case. You may be able to obtain damages that cover
medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and much more.
If you are considering pursuing a claim for your injuries, make sure that
you call our firm. We work on a contingency fee basis, which means you
won't pay a single fee unless we win your case! Furthermore, we have
years of experience and know how to handle tough cases. Fill out a free
case evaluation form today to get started.